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  • s  presumptuously daring

  • It might seem temerarious for an individual to buck the world's greatest oil companies, but not when the individual was Gulbenkian; he was an old hand at it.
  • A temerarious pressman had a question.
  • For Roman Catholics to doubt the truth of the doctrine today would be merely sinful, or, as the church puts it, "temerarious or rash.

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